ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Bills came out of Sunday's game with a lengthy list of injuries. One of them proved to be season-ending for defensive end Alex Carrington.
The Bills placed Carrington on Injured Reserve today with a torn quad tendon. He was carted off the field Sunday after the injury.
Cornerback Leodis McKelvin injured his hamstring and will test it out later this week before making a call whether he will be able to play this Sunday.
C.J. Spiller (quad), Marcell Dareus (ankle), Stevie Johnson (hamstring), and Mario Williams (ankle) are all expected to be ok, according to Bills Head Coach Doug Marrone.
The McKelvin injury could hurt the Bills if he is out for any length of time. Justin Rogers struggled in coverage Sunday on a unit that is already without Stephon Gilmore, Jairus Byrd, and Ron Brooks due to injuries.
"You're going to attack the secondary," said Marrone. "The one thing I always realized about this league, no one ever feels sorry for you."
Jay Ross, who the Bills released two weeks ago, tweeted out that he will rejoin the team as Carrington's replacement.
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